Morning all. I am not a naturally green fingered gardener and need some help deciding on a hedge type for a 20m stretch along the boundary of our garden. It is currently a fence and needs to be secure as we have young children and it borders a road. It is well protected, will get decent sunlight, has good drainage and is in clay-ish soil. We need the hedge to give us privacy all year round (so must be evergreen) and would eventually like it to grow to about 6ft tall. Initiially we liked the look of the Red Robin, however, they do sometimes seem a bit "leggy" and not all that dense. Maybe these are just the ones I've seen and I could plant them closer together. Alternatively, I like the look of the Pittosporum Tenuifolium. Although they seem to be much more expensive and look like they will take a long time to grow to 6 feet in height. I am open to all other ideas, I'm not so keen on beech hedges and would like something bright and interesting. Thanks in advance. Marcus.